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Moscow: Russian oil giant Rosneft, run by a close ally of president Vladimir Putin, is wielding growing influence over Russia’s remaining independent media outlets, already squeezed by tightening press freedoms and pressure from the Kremlin.
With oil prices roaring back, the Opec+ output cuts are undoubtedly doing their job.
PETALING JAYA: Concerned parents are not in a rush for schools to reopen until it is safe, saying that they prefer a staggered resumption of classes.
From MOHIDEEN ABDUL KADER President, Consumers’ Association of Penang.
AFTER a delay of over two months, China finally held its annual Two Sessions meeting, an important event to pave a roadmap for the country.
It was a momentous week for social media. After years of trying to have it both ways, Twitter – one of the industry’s major platforms – moved to hold US President Donald Trump accountable for the content in his posts under the same rules it applies to the general public.
LONDON (Reuters) - Scotland's first minister Nicola Sturgeon said on Sunday she agreed with scientists that any easing of the coronavirus lockdown must be very cautious after some of those advising government said Britain was moving too quickly.
Glancing through some happy Hari Raya Aidilfitri 2020 photos being shared online, it is difficult to reconcile the fact that we just experienced a Ramadan under the movement control order (MCO); that a globally disruptive pandemic still rages on. But these are details photos often miss.